Software

Software

Many of our research projects give rise to software that can be downloaded and assessed.



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  • 18 February 2011 Music Computing Lab Software for Audio, Video and Performance used in the Music Computing Lab.
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  • 16 February 2011 SimLink Shared control of virtual experiments via Instant Messaging SimLink is a system for deployment and use of Java based downloadable plugins within the BuddySpace instant messaging system. It also supports a mechanism to 'share state' in the group chat environment of BuddySpace. This means that we can design a plugin whose current state is synchronized in all participants of a group chat session. For example, one of sample plugins provided, allows participants to play a networked game of Chess, and additionally progress of the game can be viewed by participants not involved in the game. In practice, SimLink allows multiple users to share control of simulations and other software at much lower bandwidth penalty than 'raw' screen-sharing would entail.
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  • 16 February 2011 BuddyFinder - CORDER Find the right people with the right knowledge in the right place at the right time Online social networking tools are extremely popular, but can miss potential discoveries latent in the social 'fabric'. Matchmaking services can do naive profile matching with old database technology, and modern ontological markup, though powerful, can be onerous at data-input time. BuddyFinder-CORDER can automatically produce a ranked list of buddies to match a user's search requirements specified in a term-based query, even in the absence of stored user-profiles. We integrate an online social networking search tool called BuddyFinder with a text mining method called CORDER to rank a list of online users based on 'inferred profiles' of these users in the form of scavenged Web pages.
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  • 15 February 2011 Revyu A Web site that exploits Semantic Web technology and allows you to review and rate anything you want Revyu.com is a web site where you can review and rate things. Unlike many other reviewing sites on the web, Revyu.com lets you review and rate absolutely anything you can name. Revyu.com exploits Semantic Web technologies, both as the underlying representation mechanism and also to dynamically retrieve semantic information available on the web, which is relevant to a particular review. Because the content of all reviews is published on the site in RDF/XML as well as HTML, you can easily reuse the reviews you write in any other web site or application.
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